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Bull dogs on the farm

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by PITPAL1, Nov 9, 2019.

  1. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup

    Just curious to know how many of you make your home on a farm?
    What are your opinions of how bulldogs fit in on the farm.
    I snapped a quick pick of my two sparring, and entertaining me and the horses. Makes me thank God I’m blessed enough to enjoy moments just like this one.
     
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  2. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup

    Pic didn’t come through for some reason.
     
  3. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup

    One more time.
     

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  4. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup

    I can’t stand when it turns your damn pics sideways
     
  5. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup

  6. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup

    Anyone care to share how in the hell you can post a pic that downloads right side up???
     
  7. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    I think it’s the way you took the picture
     
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  8. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    As to the topic, you might wanna try an American Bulldog for farm work. Maaaaaaybe a Presa
     
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  9. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup

    Thanks, I think I know what I did
     
  10. benthere

    benthere CH Dog Staff Member

    Loose bulldogs, livestock...
    What could go wrong??!!
     
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    Forever-So REAL Quintuple Grand Champion Premium Member

  12. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    Is that my favorite Zebo fan?!?!?!:D
     
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  13. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    you know it.
     
  14. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup


    I don’t think it’s much of an issue if they are brought up around livestock, especially large ones like cows and horses. All of my dogs have had to learn the hard way that a horse bites harder than any dog and their hooves will break any bone they kick squarely. Thank god none of them have suffered sever injuries but bad enough they give the utmost respect when around them.

    now, my bulldogs have even taken a protective attitude towards the horses. Coyotes, opossum, coins, and especially other dogs that enter the pasture better be willing to give their lives.

    we also do a lot of trail riding with another couple and all 5 of our bulldogs follow without issue. I will admit I did worry about meeting another group of riders on the trail, especially if they had dogs , but their intense focus while running alongside the group seems to give them tunnel vision. While in camp of course they happily greet all the campers as if they’ve known them forever and usually win over the hearts of the other folks in camp the first day. If their are other dogs in camp is when we have to tether them.
     
  15. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    When you say bulldogs, you mean apbt?? You let 5 run together???? How are they bred???
     
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  16. XLR8

    XLR8 Big Dog

    Don’t you know it’s how you raise them? =))
     
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  17. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup


    Yes, they are all APBT’s. The couple we ride with have a couple Eli bred dogs and one that is similar to ours, jocks, red boy lines. They have never gotten into any trouble with one another while they are working. Ocassionaly their oldest female puts their youngest in his place.
     
  18. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    Well damn... I wouldn’t dare try this. I got 2 female pups that are about 1.5yrs that get along. This is the first time I’ve been able to do this and I’m watching the clock count down on what could be a time bomb. In the next month they will be separated for my peace of mind. Good luck with your search
     

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